Epcot and monorail at night
  • On Aug 7, 2021
    Patrick from ME Asked

    How can I get information mailed to me about the 4 parks. I was looking for the park maps and other insider information. Also can I do a park pass for the week. Thanks

    Hi Patrick,

    It's great to see you're planning your Walt Disney World Resort visit!

    One of the best ways to get information about the Walt Disney World Resort theme parks is to check out the theme park guide maps that are available online at Disneyworld.com.

    Each of the theme parks has their theme park guide map available on their website home page. Here's where you can find them: Magic Kingdom Guide MapEPCOT Guide MapDisney's Hollywood Studios Guide Map, and Disney's Animal Kingdom Guide Map. You can even download the maps and print them.

    I also highly recommend the super helpful interactive maps available on the website and also available in the My Disney Experience mobile app. With these maps, you can scroll and zoom all around the Walt Disney World Resort to see the Resort hotels, theme parks, attractions and entertainment spots, restaurants, shops and more. It's a great way to tour around and see all the magic that awaits you from the comfort of your home before you take your trip. 

    When it comes to gathering inside information to help with planning your Walt Disney World Resort vacation, I always recommend following the Disney Parks Blog. I think you'll find that the Disney Parks Blog is a fun go-to source for all the info you'll want on what's new and exciting at the Walt Disney World Resort.

    You also ask about tickets to the Walt Disney World Resort theme parks. You can easily purchase your theme park tickets online. The website will guide you through the quick steps. You'll select the number of days you want to visit the theme parks -- up to 10 days, if you'd like. You'll then select the ticket type to decide if you'd like to visit one theme park per day, or add the Park Hopper Option to visit more than one theme park in a day. You'll then select the date you want to first visit the theme parks. Finally, you'll select the number of tickets you need for Guests in your party ages 10+ and ages 3-9.

    Patrick, it's helpful to know that you'll require both a theme park ticket and a theme park reservation to visit a theme park. Before you purchase your theme park tickets, it's a good idea to look at the Theme Park Reservation Availability calendar. This will show you if the theme parks have reservations available for the days you wish to visit. You can then make theme park reservations through the Disney Park Pass system.

    Patrick, here's wishing you a wonderful Walt Disney World Resort visit!

    Jerry
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Meet the Panelist: Jerry, Pennsylvania

The playful and creative optimism of all things Disney has enthralled me since I was a kid. I loved watching "The Wonderful World of Disney" on Sunday nights, seeing all the live-action and animated classics in theaters, and — of course — visiting "The Most Magical Place on Earth" for the first time 45 years ago. These days, the big kid in me still loves to play Disney. As a long-time Disney destinations vacationer, I'm looking forward to helping you play Disney starting here at planDisney! Learn More About Jerry

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